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5 Ways To Will The Winter Blues Away

From the blog:
Kiss and Tell, Berlin

It’s now officially winter in Berlin and it’s freezing! I have never experienced temperatures like this before. A casual -3 turned into a -13 because of wind chill factor – I’m not sure humans are meant to survive this kind of weather. All of you in the Northern Hemisphere will know the spe... Read more

by Carly on December 9, 2014

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